If there’s one thing that screams the changing of seasons, it’s a scarf. But not just any ol’ scarf that is lightweight or fashionable. I’m talking a big honkin’ wool scarf, one that makes your hair static-y but keeps you nice and toasty. I have a collection of them and I feel that everyone should have one on hand for days when the wind just wants to rip your face off. Here’s a list of some top-selling options from around the web.
Soft Cashmere 100% Cashmere Scarf
This large, soft scarf is 100% cashmere and comes in almost 30 different colors. Use it as a scarf, unfold it for a shawl or cover up, or even bring it to the office as a blanket if it gets too cold. It’s also tagless so you’re not left wondering what’s itching the back of your neck every time you wear it.
Two-Tone Baby Alpaca Scarf
This two-tone scarf is made from baby alpaca wool and hales from Peru. The ends are finished with tassels to give you that classic scarf feel. It comes in a pink/white colorway or a black/grey colorway, so you can wear this scarf with practically any outfit.
Rosemarie Collections 100% Cashmere Winter Scarf
The Cashmere Scarf
Pendleton Men's Whisperwool Muffler Scarf
Pendleton is a classic brand and this is a classic scarf. It’s made from 100% wool and comes in a handful of different plaids to pair with any outfit. You won’t get caught out in the cold with this one. It may look lightweight, but the wool will keep your face and neck nice and toasty warm.
Interwoven Checked Wool Scarf
If you’re looking for a more lightweight option, this is for you. Made from lightweight wool, it’s slightly sheer so you can easily wear it now or in the spring, too. The soft, fringed edges add a more casual feel, as well.
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